38th International jewelry exhibition (UFI approved event)
Jeweller Expo Ukraine is the leading international exhibition of jewelry. Jeweller Expo Ukraine is the core sector event for all representatives of jewelry market. Held twice a year – in May and November, Jeweller Expo Ukraine gathers the best representatives of jewelry industry from all regions of Ukraine and abroad.
The exhibition gives an opportunity to learn the latest tendencies in jewelry art development, as well as buy different adornments made of precious metals, items with diamonds and gems, exclusive author works with precious stones, offered by the most famous companies and private jewelers.
Within the frames of the Jeweller Expo Ukraine exhibition, a number of events is held, special place among which belongs to: the Best Jewelry of the Year contest (autumn) and the All-Ukrainian Contest for the Best Jewelry Design (spring). At the same time, the VIP ZONE, being a thematic exposition, presents original de luxe collections.
Specialized sections of Jeweler Expo Ukraine 2019:
SALON OF ACCESSORIES & FASHIONABLE ADORNMENTS 22nd specialized exhibition of accessories and fashionable adornments
JEWELLER MASH EXPO 25th specialized exhibition of equipment for jewelry production
KYIV. WATCHES AND CLOCKS SALON The exhibition «Kyiv. Watches and Clocks Salon» is a specialized exhibition of watches and clocks, that gives an opportunity to participants to showcase their latest innovations, to estimate watch and clock market of Ukraine and to determine the prospects for its further development. The exhibition is the link between manufacturers, wholesalers and retail shops selling watches and clocks.
Facts and figures of autumn exhibitions Jeweller Expo Ukraine 2017:
Total gross area: 8 000 sq.m.
Net exhibition space: 3 400 sq.m.
Total number of participants: 177 from Ukraine, India, Italy and Turkey.
22 540 visitors from all regions of Ukraine and foreign countries (Belorussia, Georgia, Israel, Spain, Italy, China, Lebanon, Moldova, Poland, Turkey, Czech Republic), 43% of them – specialists: